Jay Caldwell will get you set for the day with the WJON Morning NewsWatch. Local and regional news with Jim Maurice. National and world news with ABC Radio News. And much more — every weekday morning, 5-9.
St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis joined me for a radio town hall meeting today. He talked about the Mississippi Cities and Towns meeting that took place in New Orleans this week. Kleis says tourism and river access are the top concerns that St. Cloud has in regards to the River.
If you missed Stump the Panel today you missed a 5 and 7 finish for the panel and some interesting questions. If you listen back you'll learn which state is 3rd in wine production behind California and New York, which state's 3 largest cities all start with a "C" and many other thought provoking questions.
WJON weekly guest Jerry Carlson stopped by today to talk hunting and fishing. Jerry discussed the trouble with invasive species, specifically zebra mussels, on Cass Lake and he discussed an opportunity for a youth hunt.
WJON's Kids Speak is back again. The first installment of Kids Speak is back for this school year. I talked with 1st graders from Kennedy Elementary about their summer vacation, what they like about 1st grade, and various other topics.
WJON listeners weighed in on the Adrian Peterson child abuse allegations and how children should be disciplined. The majority of the those that called in felt as though Adrian Peterson has the right to discipline his children but using a switch on a 4-year old is going too far.
Kim Orn of the American Cancer Society and Cancer survivor Dee Rengel joined me today to talk about the upcoming "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" event at St. Cloud State. The Making Strides event will take place October 18 at St. Cloud State.
I had my weekly conversation with St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis today on WJON. The Mayor talked about the city's 2015 budget, ridership numbers at the St. Cloud Airport and about the city's agreement with Charter Communications in regards to cable.
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